#1013 FIGURAS EN ACCIÓN (F.E.A.) Nr.27
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1M ago
Today it is the 6th of January, the day in which children receive presents in Spain from the three wise men.  Please take a look at the new issue of Figuras En Acción, the 27th in more than 13 years. It is also a present for you, since you do not have to pay for it (or register or fill any form), it is directly available from our Google Drive. This issue has set the record for the highest ..read more
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#1012 SCALEXTRIC – SEAT 850 (Ref. C-42 or 4042) (1969)
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I have the impression that Scalextric cars are losing value in the last few years, which is a good thing if you are still collecting them, or you want to play with them as it is my case. I have plenty of cars that I have bought in the last 30 years and I would like to start playing now with my son. It is bad news if you are trying to sell your collection.Among the most difficult cars I have, I ..read more
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#1011 STAR TOYS – MIGUEL INDURÁIN (1995)
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    This is a promotional figure made by Star Toys that represents the Spanish cyclist Miguel Induráin. He is the 5 times winner of the Tour de France, and the first person to win five times in consecutive years, between 1991 and 1995. There are other 3 people who also won that race five times. Lance Armstrong won the race 7 times, but was later disqualified for life. Miguel Induráin also won ..read more
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#1010 EDOCAR – VW 1300 MUSICAR “HAPPY BIRTHDAY” (1989)
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#1009 BUCKY O’HARE – BUCKY O’HARE and AL NEGATOR (1991)
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3M ago
I am not collecting this line specifically, but, as I have two more figures with their accessories that I got in exchanges and in lots I bought, I have decided to make a new entry with these two nice characters from the toyline created by Larry Hama. The first one is Bucky O’Hare himself, the main character of the series and one of the nices figures in the collection. I already and extensively ..read more
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#1005 BLUE BOX – PENNY RACERS and TRAFALGAR – COIN CHARGERS (Around 1989 and 1982, respectively)
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The Penny Racers (or, in Japanese, Choro-Q) are best known under the Takara brand, which is also the company that introduced them in 1978. They were based on a previous toyline called Mame Dash which was discontinued in 1980. They are miniature pull-back cars with superdeformed dimensions (Choro is an abbreviation to the Japanese word for “cute”), in whose rear part there is a slot in which you ..read more
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#1008 SOHBI – VARIOUS MODELS (Around 1995)
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#1003 AURORA AFX G-PLUS/G+ – FERRARI 312 B3 (1975)
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#1002 FALLER HIT-CAR – VW PORSCHE 914/6 and MERCEDES 350 SLC (1970 and 1974)
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Faller is better known for their electric trains and scale kits for train modellism, but in the 70s they were also active in other toy markets, such as slot cars and speed tracks, similar to those made by Hot Wheels. The difference, is that the Hit-Cars by Faller have plastic bodies and die-cast baseFor this reason, they were very light and could make great jumps, but, on the other side, they ..read more
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#1000 GUISVAL - RENAULT 5 (Nr. 14) and RENAULT 5 RALLYE (Nr. 51) (1979, 1981 and 1983)
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